Welcome to Facilities Management and Planning

The Carleton University campus is served by approximately 200 staff working through Facilities Management and Planning to provide services that include: planning, design, implementation and management of construction and renovation projects; space management; facilities maintenance; preventive maintenance; equipment repair; cleaning services; grounds maintenance and landscaping services; and consultation and support related to sustainability, and environmental and occupational health and safety matters.

We are proud of the work we do for our community, and welcome your input.

If you have any questions regarding the services provided by Facilities Management and Planning, please feel free to contact me.

About Darryl K. Boyce, Assistant Vice-President (Facilities Management and Planning)

Darryl K. Boyce, P.Eng. joined Carleton University as Director of the Department of Physical Plant in 1998 and was promoted to the position of Assistant Vice-President (Facilities Management and Planning) in 2007.

He came to Carleton having spent the previous twelve years with the University of Western Ontario where he served as Associate Director, Facilities Engineering and Construction directing activities related to alterations, new construction, energy management, and utilities operations.

Darryl is a Fellow Member of ASHRAE and has been a Member since 1983. Darryl has served on the ASHRAE Board of Directors as a Director, Regional Chairman (Region II), a Director-at-Large, and currently serves as a Vice-President. Mr. Boyce is the Past President of the Ontario Association of Physical Plant Administrators (OAPPA), Past Chair of the Canadian Association of University Business Officers (CAUBO) National Facilities Management Committee, and a member of the Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers (APPA) Information and Research Committee.

He completed the Mechanical Engineering Technology Program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta.